Watch KITV's midday webcastPublished 11:00 AM HST Sep 17, 2013Video Transcript
I'm Lara Yamada, thanks for watching KITV News online. Honolulu Police are hoping that a tattoo could lead to more clues about a human body that was found near a Mililani cemetery. One is a tattoo band that was found the mans arm while the other is a cross that was located on the calf. Witnesses who were at scene tell KITV that the body appeared decapitated with multiple body parts severed from the body. Police are investigating a possible homicide. If you know anything- call police. Hawaii residents will not have to pay for the cost of that massive molasses spill in Honolulu Harbor. Lawmakers toured the area yesterday where the molasses plume appears to have cleared up where it was at its heaviest. Officials say they are collecting fewer dead fish. Matson says it will take full responsibility and pay for the clean up. The man charged with starting a brush fire in Haleiwa is scheduled to appear before a judge today. 35-year-old Scott Mack has pleaded not guilty to "failure to control widely dangerous means." Mack says he was using a weed torch in his backyard in July -- when he thinks some embers sparked the fire. The blaze burned nearly 10 acres and forced about a dozen families to evacuate. If you're looking for a job... Then today may be your day. The Job Quest Job Fair at the Blaisdell has attracted up to 176 employers -- looking to hire workers. Is from 10 to 3 P-M. General admission is $3-dollars -- and $1-dollar for students with a school I-D. Featured companies include Hawaiian Airlines, Solar City, Hawaii Pacific Health and clothing retailer H and M. The U-S Department of Education is contributing 3- million-dollars to 7 local institutions to support Native Hawaiian career and technical education programs. 1-point-2 million will go to Honolulu , Leeward and Kapiolani community colleges. The rest of the funds will be split amongst the other institutions. Cam Tran has your island weather forecast. Thank you for watching KITV 4 News Online. We're constantly updating the website so look for new stories later today, and on KITV 4 News at 5, 6 and 10.